Looking for a solution and just want to run one by you guys and see if this is my best option. I love Yatse, and I want to be able to use it offsite to watch or stream my library. So what I have come up with is a FTP as a host and connecting to that when I am offsite. Does this sound correct?
Not at all
Yatse talks to Kodi and can’t directly connect to an FTP.
You can open Kodi to internet, use BubbleUPnp that Yatse now support, Plex, Emby, Jellyfin, …
Or you can download the media to your phone and play offline.
would bubbleupnp sync with my mysql library and update status’s? I love yatse’s layout and using it everywhere I don’t have my kodi solution is my goal. I travel a lot.
Bubble by itself no the goal would be to transcode the media to use less bandwith.
But you can have a VPN to allow your phone to connect your lan from anywhere, or use a reverse proxy or many other ways. I don’t really understand your limitations, but as long as Yatse can talk to Kodi it will work being on the LAN or not.
Ok thats my question, I am just looking for best solution to connect to my server at home. I was hoping to us sftp to add as a server in yatse to connect to home and watch remotely.